Night Must Fall Revival 1999

Opened: March 8, 1999
Closing: June 27, 1999

Night Must Fall - 1999 - Broadway History , Info & More

Hayes Theatre (Broadway)
240 West 44th St. New York, NY

In a bungalow in a forest in Essex lives Mrs. Bramson, a fussy hypochondriac. She pays her niece Olivia a small salary to act as her companion and the household also includes her cook, Mrs. Terence, and her maid Dora. When Dora gets pregnant, Mrs. Bramson is determined to get the boyfriend to marry her. At the same time, a woman disappears from a nearby hotel. The police begin investigations and, when Dora brings home her boyfriend Dan, Olivia immediately notices that his behavior is not quite normal. He is perpetually putting on an act and soon he worms his way into the affections of Mrs. Bramson, leaves his job as pageboy at the hotel and moves in. Then the woman's body is found - headless...

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What productions of Night Must Fall have there been?
Night Must Fall has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1936, Broadway which opened in 1999 and Broadway which opened in 1999.
What awards has Night Must Fall been nominated for?
Night Must Fall has been nominated for several awards. It received nominations for Outstanding Lighting Design at the Outer Critics Circle Awards, with Brian MacDevitt being recognized for his work in this category. Additionally, the show was also nominated for Outstanding Scenic Design at the Outer Critics Circle Awards, with James Noone being acknowledged for his exceptional scenic design.